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  #2  
7th August 2014, 09:30 AM
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Re: IGNOU OPENMAT Passing Marks

As you are looking for the passing marks/Cutoff of IGNOU OPENMAT exam but it is not announced generally. It is decided by IGNOU. But you should obtain minimum score of 100 out of 200 to get admission in IGNOU

IGNOU OPENMAT Eligibility
-Must have passed graduation in any discipline with minimum 50% marks for general category / 45% for reserved category, with 3 years’ ( post-qualification ) managerial / supervisory / professional experience
OR
-Must have passed Professional Degree with minimum 50% marks in Engineering / Medicine / Chartered Accountancy ( ICAI ) Cost and Works Accountancy ( ICWA ) / Company Secretaryship ( ICSI ) / Law.
-There is no age bar.

OPENMAT Exam Pattern
Topics No. of Questions
General Awareness 30
English Language 50
Quantitative Aptitude 50
Reasoning 70

Recommended books for OPENMAT

NEERAJ OPENMAT
Rs. 500
Medium: English



S Chand’s solved book for Quantitative Aptitude

Pearson’s Quantitative Aptitude by TIME

Sultan Quantitative Aptitude is for mathematical Analysis. This book is by S P Gupta and PK Gupta.

AK Gupta’s Logical Reasoning

Upkars Quicker Reasoning Test

Here I am also sharing the last year question paper of IGNOU OPENMAT Exam

1. What does the abbreviation "ASSOCHAM" stand for ?
(1)Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry
(2)Associated Chambers of Chemicals and Metals
(3)Association of Chemists and Metallurgists
(4)Association of Chemists, Horticulturist, Anthologists and Metallurgists
Answer: (1)Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry

2.Who is the author of the book "Romancing with Life" ?
(1) Bill Clinton (2) Kapil Dev (3) Devanand (4) Shashi Tharoor
Answer: (3) Devanand

3.What does the letters XP stand for in the product Microsoft XP ?
(1) Extended product (2) Extra Pampering
(3) Experience (4) Entry level product
Answer: (3) Experience

4. Pablo Picasso, the famous painter was :
(1) French (2) Italian (3) Flemish (4) Spanish
Answer: (4) Spanish

5.Which Mughal Emperor prohibited the use of tobacco ?
(1) Baber (2) Jahangir(3) Aura ngzeb (4) Muhammed Shah
Answer: (2) Jahangir

6.Which of the following does not have an Oil Refinery ?
(1) Tarapore (2) Digboi (3) Barauni (4) Mangalore
Answer:

7.The Nobel Prize for literature in the year 2009 was won by :
(1) Ada Yonath (2) Herta Mueller (3) Carol Greider (4) Jean-Marie Gustave le Clezio
Answer: (2) Herta Mueller

8.The year in which the first man landed on the Moon was :
(1) 1962 (2) 1965 (3) 1969 (4) 1970
Answer: (3) 1969

9.The country rated highest on the Human Development Index as per the UNDP, HDI-2009
report is :
(1) Sweden (2) Norway (3) Australia (4) U.S.A.
Answer: (2) Norway

10.The first Indian sports woman to win a medal in World Athletics is :
(1) P.T. Usha (2) Shiny Wilson (3) Anjali Bhagwat (4) Anju B. George
Answer: (4) Anju B. George

11.Durand Line is the line dividing :
(1) Poland and Germany (2) Pakistan and Afghanistan
(3) India and Tibet (4) France and Germany
Answer: (2) Pakistan and Afghanistan

12.A south Rajasthani tribe earning its living by song and dance :
(1) Moors (2) Khasis (3) Garasia (4) Mayas
Answer: (3) Garasia

13.During Cardiac failure, which of the following is advised as a first aid ?
(1) Mouth to mouth resuscitation (2) Giving external cardiac massage
(3) Giving cool water to drink (4) Giving complete body massage
Answer: (1) Mouth to mouth resuscitation

14The video games Xbox is a product of :
(1) Sega (2) Sony (3) Intel (4) Microsoft
Answer: Microsoft

15.The main chemical substance present in the bones and teeth of animals is :
(1) Sodium chloride (2) Sugar (3) Calcium phosphate (4) Calcium sulphate
Answer: (3) Calcium phosphate

16.Why is it easier to swim in sea than in a river ?
Density of sea water is lower than the density of the river water
Density of sea water is higher than the density of the river water
Waves in the sea help us to float
River is less deeper than sea
Answer: Density of sea water is higher than the density of the river water

17.Hydrogen was discovered by :
(1) Priestley (2) Boyle (3) Charles (4) Cavendish
Answer: (4) Cavendish

18.Eudiometer is used for measuring :
Volume changes in chemical reactions between gases
Electric current of small magnitude
Distance covered by wheeled vehicles
Answer:
Measuring optical activity

19. The biggest Delta in the world is the :
(1) Sicily Delta (2) Ganges Delta (3) Caspian Delta (4) Nippon Delta
Answer2) Ganges Delta

20.Which part of the body is affected by "Meningitis" ?
(1) Lungs (2) Intestines
(3) Lining of the chest wall (4) Spinal cord and Brain
Answer: (4) Spinal cord and Brain

21.Which is the world's tallest structure ?
(1) KVLY-TV mast (2) Burj Khalifa (3) Taipei Towers (4) CN Tower
Answer: Burj Khalifa

22.Which company's famously advertised vision statement is 'The Network is the Computer' ?
(1) Cisco Systems (2) Lucent Technologies
(3) Sun Microsystems (4) Nortel Networks
Answer: (3) Sun Microsystems

23.The Essar group of companies has been promoted by :
(1) Ruias (2) Ambanis (3) Goenkas (4) Kanorias
Answer(1) Ruias

24.The acronym USB stands for :
(1) Universal System Board (2) Universal Synchronized Bus
(3) Universal Serial Bus (4) Universal System Bus
Answer: (3) Universal Serial Bus

25.'Make Believe' is the tag line of which company ?
(1) Philips (2) Motorola (3) Sony Ericsson (4) Nokia
Answer: (3) Sony Ericsson

26.Which is the third highest peak in India ?
(1) Kanchenjunga (2) Nanga Parbat
(3) Gasher Brum (4) Dunagiri
Ans: (1) Kanchenjunga

27.The country that accounts for nearly one-third of the total teak production of the world is :
(1) Bangladesh (2) Zambia (3) Myanmar (4) India
Answer: 3) Myanmar

28.The city that is the biggest centre for manufacture of automobiles in the world ?
(1) Gurgaon (2) Tokyo (3) Detroit (4) Berlin
Answer: 3) Detroit

29.World Literacy day is celebrated on :
(1) 8ot hAugust (2) 8th September (3) 8th October (4) 8th July
Answer: 2) 8th September

30. The place that is known as the roof of the world is :
(1) Cuba (2) Japan (3) Tibet (4) Romania
Answer: 3) Tibet
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30th September 2019, 08:02 AM
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Re: IGNOU OPENMAT Passing Marks

Hi buddy I want to know what is minimum Passing Marks to do qualify IGNOU OPENMAT exam will you plz let me know about the same here so will you plz let me know about the same ??
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30th September 2019, 08:02 AM
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Re: IGNOU OPENMAT Passing Marks

OPENMAT (OPEN Management Aptitude Test) is conducted by the Indira Gandhi National Open University for admission to various postgraduate degree and diploma courses in the field of management study.

As you want here I am telling Passing Marks to do qualify IGNOU OPENMAT exam
The minimum marks required to get admission to any of the management programmes offered by IGNOU, the student has to score at least 60% - 70%.

Exam Pattern

The OPENMAT exam pattern is usually the same every year.

There will be a total of 200 Multiple Choice Questions which the candidates need to complete in 3 hours.

The questions are divided into four sections.

General Awareness: 30 Questions

English Language: 50 Questions

Quantitative Aptitude: 50 Questions

Reasoning: 70 Questions

In the OPENMAT examination there are 200 questions to be solved in 180 minutes.

So for sections like General Awareness, dont spend a lot of time thinking of an answer.

If you are unable to answer a question in the first reading, simply leave the question and move to the next question.

Attempt all the questions you know and then try for the questions you are somewhat doubtful.

This way you can save a lot of time and attempt the maximum number of questions.

There is no negative marking in the OPENMAT examination.


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